Every time when silkworms spin (the process usually lasts 3 to 6 days), Liang Shaoji has to be at their side and can only sleep for 3 hours everyday. Once again, he was lying on the ground to observe and conduct his practice as if he was a silkworm. But he was too tired and fell asleep. A silkworm fell between his neck and shirt collar. He did not find out that this little thing had already left a circular trace on him until he woke up an hour later. He then started to make his Beds.
It was once full of anxiety and worries in China in the 1990s. Portraying what he saw and felt in those years, Liang modeled these beds with the copper wire taken from burned engines and let silkworms live and spin on them. Those silkworms spent all their life on the beds, which is just like human beings, most of whom come to and leave this world on the beds, and spend at least 1/3 of their time on the bed for sleeping.